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Keeper Scores Incredible Last-Second Equalizer In National League Promotion Final

Torquay United goalkeeper Lucas Covolan scored a late equalizer to keep them in the National League playoff final on Sunday but his efforts proved fruitless as Hartlepool United won a penalty shootout to secure a return to the English Football League.

Midfielder Matt Buse missed the decisive kick for Torquay as Hartlepool edged the shootout 5-4 to return to League Two after a four-year absence. 

MLS Hardest League in the World?? Higuaín Can't Keep Up

Former Argentinian forward Gonzalo Higuaín had low expectations coming to MLS but now is learning to respect the competition. The 33-year-old exclaimed he expected to play with a cigarette in his mouth, it was going to be that easy.

Through seven matches in the 2021 MLS season, Higuaín has four goals and one assist. He was quoted on Christain Vieri's Twitch live stream a few days ago saying, "I thought I would come to MLS and play with a cigarette in my mouth and instead it is difficult."

Please Explain To Me Why The Second-Worst Nation In The World Has The Cleanest Jerseys

San Marino gets plenty of attention and scrutiny for being the worst national team in the world according to the FIFA men’s world rankings. I even wrote about San Marino the other day after the team scored its first goal in over a year.

¿Debe N'Golo Kanté Ganar El Balón De Oro 2021?

Un discreto y humilde 29 de marzo de 1991 nació en París, Francia, un tal N’Golo Kanté. Hijo de inmigrantes africanos que tuvieron la oportunidad de radicarse en la ciudad de la luz y buscar un futuro mejor.

Como otros tantos colegas futbolistas, la infancia de Kanté fue tan hostil como prometedora. El muchacho fue recolector de basura en París para ayudar a su familia y a la temprana edad de 11 años perdió a su padre. Eso sí, a pesar de los obstáculos que se le presentaron en la vida, se mantenía en la lucha por cumplir su gran sueño: ser jugador de fútbol.

FIFA President Promises Women’s Club World Cup To ‘Revolutionize’ The Game

FIFA president Gianni Infantino says a new Women's Club World Cup is being planned as part of a plan to "revolutionize" the female game.

In an interview with French sports newspaper L'Equipe, Infantino said he was looking forward to the first edition of the already agreed new 24-team men's Club World Cup but said a women's version was in the pipeline too.

"My dream is also to see the birth of the very first Women's Club World Cup. It’s coming very soon. And it will really revolutionize women's football," he said.

¿Champions League, Europa League O Simplemente Premier League? El Dominio Inglés En Europa

Temporada 2018-2019: Batalla campal, remontadas épicas, consorcio de buen fútbol y dominio inglés. Liverpool derrotó 2-0 al Tottenham y se llevó el título de títulos de la UEFA Champions League. Por su parte, Chelsea vapuleó 4-1 al Arsenal y consiguió la Europa League.

New Balance Is Running The Game By Promoting Fearlessly Independent Players

After a year postponed and the swapping of high-profile matches at the home of the Colorado Rapids for individual training sessions in deserted local parks, GAM United’s Elijah Mwenebitu is looking at everything as an opportunity to be chased, which isn’t exactly a new way of operating for the 23-year-old midfield destroyer. 

Andrea Agnelli Está Convencido De Que La Superliga Era Una Súper Buena Idea Para Competirle Al Fortnite

Los presidentes del Real Madrid y de la Juventus de Turín, Florentino Pérez y Andrea Agnelli, continúan tratando de justificar la genialidad de su fallida Superliga. Dentro de sus argumentos, dijeron que los jóvenes ya no tienen interés en el fútbol y que la competencia vendría a competirle a videojuegos como Fortnite o Call of Duty".

UEFA Calls European Super League A “Spit In The Face” Of All Football Lovers

MANCHESTER, England - European soccer's governing body UEFA on Monday said clubs and players joining a proposed breakaway Super League could be banned from all of its competitions and the World Cup as it condemned a "disgraceful and self-serving proposal.”

Addressing an emergency meeting the day after 12 of Europe's top clubs announced the breakaway, UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin upped the ante, describing the Super League plan as a "spit in the face" of all football lovers.

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